I want to hide around 45 feet high 4 inch round PVC rain water pipe on my exterior front wall because it does not looks good. Kindly suggest ways to hide it or exploit it in a very attractive and catchy manner.
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You could do a metal grill and cover it with fast growing perennial creepers like Clematis, Thunbergia Alba or morning glory. The creepers will need a large pot or will grow best in the ground.
I am thinking of covering my 4" PVC pipe by the kind clamps shown but it should have minimum 4" breadth as seen from the front and available in different colours and materials so that overall look should be more attractive and catchy. Also if such option is available in the market where can i get these. If minimum 4" size is available then i need minimum 130 pieces to cover 45 feet pipe. What's your thought on this idea. Kindly advise.
This is the cropped image of my front elevation showing only the 4" PVC that i need to cover using the decorative clamps that looks attractive and catchy.
Since you've reached the end of discussion and almost bent on installing brass clamps. I will suggest to get them chrome finished to look nice. But that's a very localised solution and you will be faced with the concern of clamping every inch, so lot's of screws and clamps don't really compensate for aesthetics.
Since you've got space that needs to be covered on the balcony and the adjacent areas as well, I would suggest a double sheath of MS louvres for ventilation and aesthetics as well. The louvres could continue on to the balcony as a seamless design.
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you can opt for doing a vertical garden band in the center. The pipe would hide in the green vertical garden. Also, from inside while you are climbing the staircase, you will see an interesting lush green vertical garden.
Hello there, hope we're still addressing your project retrofitting, please look at the following random images of MS Louvers and shutters. Use the vertical lovers for concealing the pipe. Use the balcony rails to complement the shutters and use a partition jaali of shutters as well to ensure privacy of each balcony since they overlook the adjacent balconies as well.
However, it is certainly not cheap and would would cost you a bit.
Why don't you simply shift the plumbing to the rear side of the house? Even if a terrace grading would be there, it could be resloped accordingly with minute changes and won't even cost much.
We would like to inquire about the exclusive purpose of the pipe; whether it is meant for stormwater drainage/sewerage/wastewater from bathroom and kitchen or a water supply pipe?
Hi Ashwani, Were you able to fix this ? Can you please share the picture of your building ?
Same dia pvc pipe place right side make texture paint or color like pillar..
I have something similar kind of situation. I need to hide the outdoor pipes. Any suggestions
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As per your Inputs we are suggestion you some ideas
-Make the Iron cover in outdoor for hiding the pipes
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I like the second one. Can you say what material is it.
Thanks It's made from Iron
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